Gold Coast Secondary School Results | OP scores in Grade 12
If you are interested in find out about Gold Coast grade 12 results based on secondary school OP results, then we’ve got the most up to date information right here.
Gold Coast Secondary School Results using OP data
Secondary school ranking for the Gold Coast in 2019 is now available using OP results eg Grade 12 results gained in 2018. The rankings for Gold Coast schools are extracted from Grade 12 results – Op results and IB results.
Of course, pure academic results don’t tell the whole story about what makes a secondary school great. Kids get so much more from school than simple academics, so if your school of choice isn’t at the top of the leaderboard for these results, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t a great place to send your child. These are the stats for you to draw your own conclusions.
This secondary school OP results table is a guide for parents but it’s NOT the be all and end all of choosing the right school for your child. They were drawn from the Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority.
Best Secondary School Academic Results on the Gold Coast
The following list is the Top 20 schools that received the highest percentage of grade 12 results – that is OP scores 1-5 from their cohort.
- Queensland Academy for Health Science, Southport
- Somerset College, Mudgeeraba
- Southport State High School, Southport
- Emmanuel College, Carrara
- Coomera Anglican College, Coomera
- All Saints Anglican School, Merrimac
- Tamborine Mountain State High School
- Livingstone Christian College, Ormeau
- Trinity Lutheran College, Ashmore
- St Stephen’s College, Coomera
- A B Patterson College, Arundel
- The Southport School, Southport
- St Hilda’s School, Southport
- Varsity College, Varsity Lakes
- Miami State High School, Miami
- Benowa State High School, Benowa
- St Andrew’s Lutheran College, Tallebudgera
- Helensvale State High School, Helensvale
- King’s Christian College, Reedy Creek
- Robina State High School, Robina
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How to apply for a scholarship – and get it!
A scholarship is
…a competitive process (meaning that the number of students vying for a place is higher than the number of available positions) wherein students must demonstrate some kind of merit. Your child may excel in a particular field, like academics or sport, or may do very well on an entrance exam.
A bursary is
…a non-competitive process that is usually based on financial need but sometimes can come into play when distance is taken into account. Bursaries mean that the school is able to provide education for a wider student body and award equal opportunities to community members. Find out more here.
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The International Baccalaureate is a Global Approach to Education.
In our rapidly changing the world, the education choices we make for our children have never been so important. We want to make sure our children have a strong academic footing, but are also fully equipped to be successful in all life’s endeavours.
It can be a minefield trying to sort through all the schools and determine which curricula and programs will give our children the support they need to achieve their potential.
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